Bet onto it. That is clearly a prediction not merely from those against the ACA resolutely. Even those quite excited about President Barack Obama's federal health law have the equal expectation: The rollout of the biggest new social program in nearly 50 years is not going to be pretty. ‘When you're dealing with tens of millions of new clients, errors are inevitable,’ stated Henry Aaron, a health economist at the Brookings Institution. ‘You're going to have thousands of mistakes’ . The Wall Street Journal: Big Insurers Skip Wellness Exchanges Instead, the insurance companies that are likely to draw interest on the exchanges-;which are expected to enroll around 7 million Us citizens in the first year-;are lesser-known, and in many cases will be giving lower rates comparatively.The new study did not compare colonoscopy with different ways of screening for colorectal cancer tumor and so does not fully solve a longstanding medical debate about which technique is best. Tests other than colonoscopy look for bloodstream in the stool or use different ways to examine the intestine. Gina Vaccaro, a gastrointestinal oncologist at the Knight Tumor Institute at Oregon Health and Science University who was not involved in the research. If removal of polyps actually saved lives was a question However. David A. Rothenberger, a deputy and professor chairman of operation at the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center. He was not part of the study. Robert A. Harold C. Sox, an emeritus professor of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and previous editor of a respected medical journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, cautioned that the new study was not the last word.